• kris
    December 3rd

    I was just peeping the profiles on Unknown then spotted this piece featuring Rick on vimeo. Nice camera work and some real solid riding. 8 stair bar at the end? Sure!

    December 2nd

    I saw stuff about unknown bouncing around the past few days so i took a sec to see whats up. These guys are coming in hot…and will be based out of the bay area! Sprockets and cranks are up with frames, hubs and bars on the way. Keep on Unknown for the goods.

    December 1st

    Mike and Ed were going to do a series of videos like this…featuring one spot in NY each. Really like this. You guys should make this happen! That slam looks pretty brutal.

    November 29th

    Ive been following this bike on Trick Track for a while and it looks like Thunderkill has at last settled on design specs for this beast. If 26″ and double pegs are your thing this could work for you…

    November 22nd

    Something I’ve never seen before…and it looks pretty interesting! Diggin the bends on the seat stays and the top tube/seat tube bit. Not original but pretty fresh for a fixed freestyle frame from Proud Cat!

    November 19th

    Kareem pieced this pretty little thing together as a homage to the ill fated Watermelon 4Loko. Not going to lie…i love the way this thing looks. Ive been a fan of the Mordecai’s for a while now and this setup is solidly flashy. Looks awesome duder!

    Frame: Leader Mordecai 55cm Celeste
    Wheels: Purple 26″ Halo SAS Rims to Stolen roulette and All City New Sheriff
    Cranks: Eighth Inch BMX Splined 160mm
    Pedals: Shadow Conspiracy Ravager Purps
    Straps: Death Pedal Protos
    BB: Animal Mid BB
    Sprocket: Tree 33t
    Tires: Pink Halo Twinrails
    Stem: Gusset
    Seat: Animal Pivotal
    Seatpost: Macneil 27.2 Pivotal
    Bars: Gusset Open Prison
    Grips: MKE

    November 18th

    There was a lot of talk about this trick track the past couple days…people going back and forth on what the Vandal actually is. Some were thinking brakeless 26″ BMX. Others were sure it was a fixed freestyle frame. Apparently its neither. I had feeling there was going to be some middle ground on this one so i kept my opinions to myself for the most part. Turns out…thats exactly the case. Essentially a the Sledgehammer, Volume’s 26″ BMX, that can be used for whatever you’d like. Fixed, free, street, dirt…whatever. Not all that odd considering most of us started doing trick on track bikes before the market started to adapt. Looks pretty fresh.

    November 4th

    Really sick “day in the life” type edit of Mike from Grime. Some pretty fresh grinds and clean 3s. Digging the bar feeble and 180 feebs 180 out.

    November 2nd

    A little more Charmer footage. Digging the mix of footage in this…meet, ride and chill.

    November 2nd

    Ive been busy trying to get my shoulder fixed so ive been off the computer for a few days…first few posts will be some stuff i missed!

    Im digging the look of these BB17 Charmer‘s still. Nice little re-edit of some proto testing that went up a few days ago.